By GEA Heating & Refrigeration Technologies, published Jan 27, 2022
GEA BluX is among the world‘s first ammonia chillers with a semi-hermetic compact screw compressor, developed as an environmentally friendly solution in line with the global trend towards a greener future through the use of natural refrigerants.
Sustainable technology is becoming increasingly important for the operation of industrial and commercial refrigeration systems. Growing public awareness and advancing climate and environmental protection standards are promoting cleaner, eco-friendly sources of energy. This makes systems using the power of alternative sources, such as natural refrigerants with its outstanding characteristics, increasingly attractive. GEA BluX has been developed for ammonia (R717) – the climate-friendly, future-proof and highly efficient natural refrigerant for sustainable refrigeration solutions. It plays a key role in supplying people around the world with pleasant living and working environments, fresh food and beverages.
GEA BluX is an ideal chiller for air conditioning systems. Almost every type of modern commercial, residential or public building needs systems to ensure a comfortable air temperature and healthy living conditions. All technology solutions for this area of application must meet special safety standards. GEA BluX is distinguished by its sophisticated design that minimizes the risk of hazardous gas emissions or technical defects in order to safeguard the well-being of people in every location.
Modern, fast transportation networks and sophisticated refrigeration technologies make sensitive fresh foods from all over the world available year-round. Strict temperature control and careful handling are crucial for maintaining their quality and to meet official requirements. The new GEA BluX chiller has been designed to offer compact solutions to safely maintain the cold chain.
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